OOIS 2001: 7th International Conference on Object-Oriented Information Systems 27 - 29 August 2001, Calgary, C by Xingxu WangOOIS 2001: 7th International Conference on Object-Oriented Information Systems 27 - 29 August 2001, Calgary, C by Xingxu Wang

OOIS 2001: 7th International Conference on Object-Oriented Information Systems 27 - 29 August 2001…

byXingxu WangEditorShushma Patel, Ronald Johnston

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Welcome to 00lS'01 and Calgary! This is the 7th International Conference on Object-Oriented Information Systems (OOlS) that focus on Object-Oriented and Web-Based Frameworks for Information Systems. In the last few years we've seen significant new development in this field, from one-off design technologies to reusable frameworks, and from web applications to bioinformatic systems. We perceive that information processing is one of the most important activities of human beings. Object-orientation and frameworks have been the main-stream technologies for design and implementation of large-scale and complex information systems. Recent research advances and industrial innovations in information systems modeling and Internet applications have explored the new trends in shifting information system vendors from component and system developers to services providers. Users of information systems are increasingly demanding higher performance, mobility, and personalization in order to realize the dream to access and obtain necessary information anywhere and anytime. The new development requires the investigation of new architectures, frameworks, processes, and inter-connectivity of information systems at society, organization, team, and personal levels. The 00lS'01 Proceedings has put together a program of 53 papers from leading researchers and practitioners in the field of object technology and information systems.
Title:OOIS 2001: 7th International Conference on Object-Oriented Information Systems 27 - 29 August 2001…Format:PaperbackDimensions:556 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.17 inPublished:July 23, 2001Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Keynote I. GRIDs - The Next Generation Technologies for the Internet.- Keynote II. Developing E-Business Enterprise Frameworks: Session 1.A OO Foundations. Improving the UML Metamodel to Rigorously Specify Aggregation and Composition. Principles and Patterns in the Object Oriented Design. OMS Java: Providing Information, Storage and Access Abstractions in an Object-Oriented Framework. Session 1.B OO Modeling and Analysis.- Actor-Led Object Modeling for Requirements and Systems Analysis. Reconciliation of Object Interaction Models. Ontology Modeling Using UML. Session 2.A OOIS Processes. Organising and Selecting Patterns in Pattern Languages with Process Maps. An Object-Oriented Workflow Metamodel. XP as a Development Process Framework. Session 2.B ASERC ASE (I) - Software Engineering Metrics and Analysis. Meta Analysis - A Method of Combining Empirical Results and its Application in Object-Oriented Software Systems. Metrics of Refactoring-based Development: An Experience Report. Formal Description of Object-Oriented Software Measurement and Metrics in SEMS. Analysis of Software Engineering Data Using Computational Intelligence Techniques. Session 3.A XML-Based Information Systems. A Designing Model of XML-Dataweb. Beyond Object-Oriented Paradigm - A Document-Oriented Development Paradigm for the online XML-based Information Navigation System. A Browser for Specifying XML Views. Critical Success Factors for using XML for Delivery of Post-Trading Financial Information. Session 3.B OO-Based Reuse. Towards a Model-Driven Approach to Reuse. Components for the Reuse of Activities in Web Applications. Engineering and Reuse of Domain Components. A UML based Design Language for Framework Reuse. Session 4.A OO Frameworks.- An Object-Oriented Framework for Goal and Process Modeling. A Framework for Intelligent Maturity Model. A Framework for Dynamic Client-Driven Customization. An Object-Oriented Framework for Developing Information Retrieval Applications. Session 4.B ASERC ASE (II) - Production Line and Requirements Engineering. A Product Line Analysis of Software-Controlled Gastrointestinal Stimulators. Towards a Requirements Engineering Process Model. Interface the 'Abridged Bayou Sate Periodical Index' with a Web based Search Engine. Session 5.A OO and Web Testing. Using UML to Partially Automate Generation of Scenario-Based Test Drivers. On Built-in-Test Classes for Object-Oriented and Component-Based Information Systems. Session 5.B Use Case for Requirement Analysis. From Use Cases to Objects: An Industrial Information Systems Case Study Analysis. Guiding Use Case Driven Requirements Elicitation and Analysis.- Session 6.A OO CASE Tools. Enhancing UML Expressivity towards Automatic Code Generation. jShio-A Customization Language Compiler-Compiler. A CASE Tool for Object-Oriented Database Design. Supporting Development of Cooperative Object Information Systems with CoLaSD. Session 6.B OO Virtual Environments and Real-Time Systems. Integration of Object-Oriented Databases with VRML in Virtual Environments. Design of Real-Time Distributed Manufacturing Control Systems using UML Capsules. A Model-based Open Architecture for Mobile, Spatially Aware Applications. Session 7.A IT Process Assessment and Improvement. Experience in Assessment of a Software Project by Using Multiple Process Models. The Business Value of Software Process Improvement. Issues Specific for Software Process Improvement in Teleworking Environments. Session 7.B Industrial Experience and Case Studies. Understanding Strategy: a Goal Modeling Methodology. Documentation Assistance in Object Oriented Software Development. Industrial Experience: Object-Oriented Methodology Approach to Remote Terminal Unit Programming. Session 8.A Web-Based Information Systems. Progressive Access to Knowledge in Web Information Systems through Zooms. Web-Enabling an I